Nov 28, 2009

Fancy Ass


I'm not the, stay in a fancy upscale hotel kind of guy. Sometimes on business I have no choice. I'm motel 6 all the way. My hotel room in Seoul had the ultimate toilet. One of those Japanese numbers with all the bells and whistles. I was afraid to touch any buttons because unusual stuff always happened. Also the seat was heated. Every time I sat down it was a very strange feeling. Over time I got used to it, but barely. The shower was one of those all glass jobs so every time I took a shower you were seeing your self full in the mirror. If you have many imperfections it can be disconcerting. I found it is not really so easy being rich and upscale. I'll take motel 6 any day of the week.

21 comments:

Pequete said...

Amazing... I never tried one of these, but I think I prefer an old fashioned toilet and an old fashioned bidet!

kane said...

Old fashion is where it's at.

Ron said...

Of course the phone is there too just in case you need to make an emergency call.

Gillian said...

Great sketch but a scary looking loo! Does it double as an ejector seat, do you think? LOL

kane said...

The phone is to call the front desk in case I need the water to the building shut off.

Anonymous said...

I love the international symbols for "spray" and "bidet" in the background. I want the job to think those up. I have a few ideas.
Ed Beard

meng said...

toto the toilet hahah. looks like it coulda been made of gold :)

kane said...

I'm not sure you can heat a gold one.

rh said...

That is the most impressive and intimidating toilet I've seen.

Anonymous said...

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Melly Testa said...

yesterday I used a toilet that had no flush sound, I see the value in that. But couldn't handle any of these options.

kane said...

I'm not sure you can cook with this toilet.

Ellen said...

I used a toilet at a Saudi Arabian airport that was just the hole in the floor...but nicely tiled and all. What confused me was the hose on the wall. Clearly meant, I thought, to hose it down afterwards for cleanliness. Then I went to a restroom in a restaurant. Same hose. Seems it's a low cost bidet. I've used plenty of bidets in various styles, but hadn't seen one on the wall. I wonder what the next airport patron thought when the stall was set from my hosedown job!

Give me a Motel 6 as well!

Ellen said...

Oops.. I meant "WET", not "set".

kane said...

I've used those tiled holes in Japan. It was an unheated hole.

Anonymous said...

Hey are you a professional journalist? This article is very well written, as compared to most other blogs i saw today….
anyhow thanks for the good read!

kane said...

I'm not a journalist but I am in advertising. I've been exposed to some very good writers. They have had a big influence on my writing style.

Yun said...

i recently stayed in japan and my toilet in the hotel as well as the ones at the company i visited had a flushing sound so as to "mask" any sounds.

it's a very sterile environment.

suzanne cabrera said...

The graphics are too, too funny.

terga said...

ahahah.

the first time i was scared.


Q.

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